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The Reykjavik Rundown with Sliggy: The South
“The team Vikings, from Brazil, really impressed me. Individually, these guys are great. I think they can have a really good run.” In the second edition of Reykjavík Rundown Sliggy gives his take on the LATAM and Brazilian teams. Here he sees a potential dark horse and a team that should be considered right up there with TL, Fnatic, and Sentinels.
The Reykjavik Rundown with Sliggy: The East
"Their style could work out really well or really bad, honestly." Sliggy says of Korea's NUTURN, "I don’t think there’s gonna be a middle ground." Sliggy gives you the rundown of the Korean region to open up the Reykjavík Rundown - a series of articles designed to get you caught up with Valorant's major teams and regions before the big Masters tournament.
Team Liquid has written TaeJa several glowing tributes in the past—for his retirement, for his return to StarCraft II after military service, and once simply out of sheer appreciation for how good he was.
Liquid Legends: The Counterpick
Unlike the two spacies (Fox and Falco), Melee’s mainstay floaties were not created equal. Puff is solidly better than Peach in a lot of respects and wins the matchup pretty handily.
From 16-1 to 6-16: Love and Heartbreak in CS:GO
In Counter Strike, if a team loses a map with less than 6 round wins, it’s a beatdown. It’s such a beatdown that we normally see it in an outclass scenario—a tier 1 team against some upstart. When it happens between two tier 1 teams, it’s often not an outclass and more a perfect storm.